A COLLECTIVE STUDY ON BUG DETECTION AND REPORTING BUG TRIAGE SYSTEM

Nagini K. Dharne, Prof. S. G. Swami

Abstract


Open source development projects typically support an open bug repository to which both developers and users can report bugs. Software artifacts will be developed with the developers build. Existing work has studied the social behavior in software repositories. In one of the most important software repositories, a bug repository, developers create and update bug reports to support software development and maintenance.  However, no prior work has considered the priorities of developers in bug repositories. In this paper we address the feature selection and instance selection to reduce the data scale and address the problem of data reduction. the assignment of reports to a developer ,creating the bug triage .We decide the order of bug solve and assign to the developer as per the history record  .and build the predictive bug report .

Keywords


Bug, bug triage, feature selection, instance selection, bug report.

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